The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum The UK's first permanent museum, memorial and education site dedicated to the Holocaust. The Centre was founded in 1995 by brothers Stephen and James Smith.
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In 1981, they and their parents went on a family holiday to Israel that would change their lives. There they began to understand a dimension of Christianity that many Christians missed – that Christianity began in that country, but today is far removed from its Jewish origins. Ten years later, when they were in their early 20s, they spent a day at Yad Vashem, Jerusalem where they realised that the Holocaust is not a Jewish problem; it is a problem for anyone brave enough to admit that the Holocaust has consequences for us all. They left Yad Vashem that day, knowing that they had to do something to bring the issues and challenges to their peers and to their country. Stephen and James understood that the responsibility to question how and why the Holocaust occurred should be taken up equally by everyone. From this they decided to create an exhibition. Stephen and James’s parents had long been running a small non-denominational Christian conference centre in the Nottinghamshire countryside. It was the perfect place. They initially thought that their Holocaust exhibition might occupy a few rooms, but it eventually became a place of memorial and a museum in its own right. Today, The Holocaust Centre has two exhibitions - the main exhibition aimed at secondary school children and above, and 'The Journey' exhibition aimed at primary school children and above. Every year we welcome thousands of school children and visitors alike who also get to experience a survivor testimony during school term time. The Holocaust Centre is also home to beautiful memorial and rose gardens, a library, bookshop and a coffee shop.

Mission: The Holocaust Centre’s vision is a world without genocide. It is a vast and ambitious vision, but we are working towards it through a multiplicity of smaller actions. Our objectives are to: Commemorate the victims of the Holocaust Educate a generation of young people about the Holocaust and genocide Raise awareness across the broader public Stimulate more people to use their voice and challenge society’s values Engage our professionals and parliamentarians Influence governments to take action in a timely way so that in future lives may be saved

Operating as usual

Join Barnet Libraries on Wednesday for this brilliant event: an evening with author Debra Barnes discussing her book The...
23/11/2020

Join Barnet Libraries on Wednesday for this brilliant event: an evening with author Debra Barnes discussing her book The Young Survivors. Inspired by the true story of her mother’s survival & the 75,000 French Jews murdered during the Holocaust.

Final call to book tickets for this forthcoming online author talk with author Debra Barnes. Grab one now to avoid disappointment at ow.ly/EQ2W50CnFrB #barnetlibraries #discoveryourlibrary

Survivors & friends of the Museum Steven Frank BEM and Joan Salter MBE, reflect on the Nuremberg Trials 75 years on (via...
23/11/2020
'The slate will never be clean': lessons from the Nuremberg trials 75 years on

Survivors & friends of the Museum Steven Frank BEM and Joan Salter MBE, reflect on the Nuremberg Trials 75 years on (via
The Guardian)

We are immensely proud & grateful to know and learn from our family of survivors.

“I was only nine years old by the end of the war, but in those early years of my life I learned how to hate. You have to get that hatred out of your system in order to be at peace with yourself." — Steven Frank BEM.

Three Holocaust survivors reflect on a milestone in international justice and their struggle to come to terms with the past

School trips cancelled? Zoom us and one of our survivors directly into your classroom 💻We've put together an online visi...
16/11/2020

School trips cancelled? Zoom us and one of our survivors directly into your classroom 💻

We've put together an online visit to the National Holocaust Centre & Museum. The session is a workshop based around the life of Leo, a 10-year old Jewish boy who lives in Berlin in 1938.

During the workshop we discuss Jewish life before the war, issues around identity, the increase in persecution during that time, the role of propaganda, school life in Nazi Germany and Leo’s eventual departure as a refugee on the Kindertransport to the UK. We provide all the resources as well as pre and post resources.

The session also includes a one-hour zoom talk with a Holocaust survivor who will share their experiences with your class, with a Q+A session afterwards.

The post-lesson resources have been designed with children’s author Tom Palmer to help your pupils consolidate their WW2/Holocaust learning in an engaging way, by encouraging a creative response to the morning’s learning.

Send us a direct message or contact [email protected] for more information ✉️

In memory of those who courageously gave their lives fighting the tyranny of the Nazi regime in Europe (1939 – 1945).We ...
11/11/2020

In memory of those who courageously gave their lives fighting the tyranny of the Nazi regime in Europe (1939 – 1945).

We remember the members of the Allied Forces who with resilience and dedication liberated the Nazi labour camps and the death camps: Auschwitz-Birkenau, Belzec, Chelmno, Majdanek, Sobibor and Treblinka.

We honour the strength and bravery of the survivors of these camps and of the Shoah, who lived on to tell their story, in honour of those who could no longer speak.

10/11/2020
Hedi Argent MBE remembers Kristallnacht

#OTD November 10th 1938, Jewish families woke up to a state of disarray. Jewish homes, businesses and synagogues had been destroyed, looted & pillaged. Fathers arrested and taken away. 82 years later, we hear the testimony of Hedi Argent MBE, who was 8 years old on #Kristallnacht. Here's her story.

08/11/2020
Kristallnacht: The night German civilisation shattered

Presented by The National Holocaust Centre & Museum and the United Synagogue

Kristallnacht was no random act of violence. It was a pre-planned event, organised with Nazi precision which involved the recruitment of ordinary citizens, mothers and fathers. This was the night when the Third Reich transformed a civilised, educated nation into murderous thugs.

Join us at 8pm on Sunday as we explore the events of Kristallnacht and why it was a turning point, with live guests, photographs and artefacts from the National Holocaust Centre & Museum’s collections.

08/11/2020
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

Tonight's live event will be dedicated to the memory of Rabbi Sacks. All of our participants tonight have had the privilege of meeting Rabbi Sacks and each, in their own way, found their lives to have been enriched by him. We hope you will join us.

Kristallnacht was no random act of violence. It was a pre-planned event, organised with Nazi precision which involved the recruitment of ordinary citizens, mothers and fathers. This was the night when the Third Reich transformed a civilised, educated nation into murderous thugs.

Join us at 8pm on Sunday in partnership with the United Synagogue as we explore the events of Kristallnacht and why it was a turning point, with live guests, photographs and artefacts from the National Holocaust Centre & Museum’s collections.

08/11/2020

As the sun sets on #RemembranceSunday, we remember those who gave their lives so that we could live ours. Thank you 🌹

Join us tomorrow, Sunday 8th November at 8pm GMT as we examine the events of Kristallnacht, 1938 → https://bit.ly/2JpBHf...
07/11/2020
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

Join us tomorrow, Sunday 8th November at 8pm GMT as we examine the events of Kristallnacht, 1938 → https://bit.ly/2JpBHff

On 9 Nov 1938 Hedwig Schnabl, 8, heard glass shattering on the street outside. She looked outside to see Austrians in Vienna smashing up Jewish shops, homes & people.

On 8 Nov 2020 (that's tomorrow) you can ask Hedwig, now 91, and Hedi Argent MBE about that night.

Hosted by National Holocaust Centre & Museum CEO Marc Cave, with International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) UK delegate Dr Paula Cowan. This is a donation based event. All proceeds will go towards the Museum's combatting Covid appeal.

Charity

06/11/2020
Kristallnacht: The night German civilisation shattered

Kristallnacht was no random act of violence. It was a pre-planned event, organised with Nazi precision which involved the recruitment of ordinary citizens, mothers and fathers. This was the night when the Third Reich transformed a civilised, educated nation into murderous thugs.

Join us at 8pm on Sunday in partnership with the United Synagogue as we explore the events of Kristallnacht and why it was a turning point, with live guests, photographs and artefacts from the National Holocaust Centre & Museum’s collections.

Today we had the privilege of running a workshop on the topic of #HateCrime with The Winstanley School as part of our St...
03/11/2020

Today we had the privilege of running a workshop on the topic of #HateCrime with The Winstanley School as part of our Stand Up Project.

“Students were really engaged in hearing about Dr Manny's experiences and they also contributed to the class discussion about how they can become upstanders and speak out about unfair treatment and bullying.”

This project has been made possible with the generous support of Genesis Philanthropy Group.

Lockdown 2.0 is approaching, but we've got plenty of live events planned to keep you occupied.In association with United...
02/11/2020

Lockdown 2.0 is approaching, but we've got plenty of live events planned to keep you occupied.

In association with United Synagogue, join us as we examine this turning point in history, with two incredible people who lived through it: Hedi Argent MBE and Ruth Barnett MBE.

Hosted by National Holocaust Centre & Museum CEO Marc Cave, with International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) UK delegate Dr Paula Cowan. >> https://bit.ly/2JpBHff

This is a donation based event, with ll proceeds going to the National Holocaust Centre & Museum’s Combatting Covid Appeal.

Nottinghamshire has moved into Tier 3 with the Covid alert level being very high. During this time Nottinghamshire museu...
29/10/2020

Nottinghamshire has moved into Tier 3 with the Covid alert level being very high. During this time Nottinghamshire museums have been asked to close their doors to help keep everyone safe.

We look forward to seeing you here with us again but be assured, we will be busy in the meantime. Follow us so you don’t miss what we do next…

We're back with our next live stream event, presented in partnership with United Synagogue. Join us on Sunday 8th Novemb...
28/10/2020
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

We're back with our next live stream event, presented in partnership with United Synagogue.

Join us on Sunday 8th November over on https://theus.tv/ as we explore the events of Kristallnacht and why it was a turning point, with live guests, photographs and artefacts from the National Holocaust Centre & Museum’s collections.

💬 Guest speakers:
Ruth Barnett MBE, Holocaust survivor
Hedi Argent MBE, Holocaust survivor
Dr Paula Cowan, Reader in Education, University of the West of Scotland

🎟 This is a donation-based event: https://bit.ly/2Jg1Yg4

Charity

Due to a high number of people stopping to view the National Holocaust Centre and Museum Roma Exhibition in Newark’s But...
27/10/2020

Due to a high number of people stopping to view the National Holocaust Centre and Museum Roma Exhibition in Newark’s Buttermarket, we are pleased to announce that the exhibition has been extended until the 12th November. Whilst viewing, also take a look at some of the “Stop Hate” posters created by children.

If you're located nearby, click the location above for more information (and please do tag us in photos from your visit!)

Tier 2 update — our exhibitions and gardens are still open!We're taking all precautions to ensure that you can still vis...
27/10/2020

Tier 2 update — our exhibitions and gardens are still open!

We're taking all precautions to ensure that you can still visit us with confidence. We've implemented social distancing guidelines, a one-way system and multiple hand sanitising stations.

For more information please visit our site: https://bit.ly/37MCvVI and if you have any questions or concerns, feel free to comment below or send us an email.

Calling KS2 teachers in the North East! Don't worry if you can't get to the museum—we will bring the museum to you virtu...
14/10/2020

Calling KS2 teachers in the North East! Don't worry if you can't get to the museum—we will bring the museum to you virtually.

Our Journey outreach programme is based on our award-winning exhibition detailing the experiences of a 10-year old boy in 1938 Berlin.

The online, educator-led session also includes an interactive testimony session, and both pre and post-session resources.

Please contact us at [email protected] for more information.

Having lobbied Facebook since 2018, starting with a letter co-signed by 34 of the world’s leading Holocaust educational ...
13/10/2020
Facebook announces ban on Holocaust denial and distortion

Having lobbied Facebook since 2018, starting with a letter co-signed by 34 of the world’s leading Holocaust educational institutions, we thank them for having the courage to change their position.

Holocaust denial & distortion is part of two wider trends: 1) The anti-Jewish hate that dates back to the early Church fathers and 2) The rise of conspiracy theories inspired by COVID-19, social grievances and economic pain.

Banning hate speech on Facebook is a great start. Actively encouraging the truth is the next step.

So we’d like to ask: when Facebook says its platform will now direct searches for Holocaust information away from deniers and exclusively towards "credible information from third-party sources” — which third party sources do they have in mind?

Perhaps Facebook should work this out country by country with the guidance of some of our illustrious peers:
USC Shoah Foundation Holocaust Memorial Day Trust Holocaust Educational Trust (UK) The Wiener Holocaust Library Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre Cape Town Holocaust & Genocide Centre Jewish Holocaust Centre United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Muzeum Historii Żydów Polskich POLIN

(... and of course, maybe even little old us)

Mark Zuckerberg 'struggled' with the tension of allowing free speech and minimising hate, as British Jewish groups welcome the move but urge more action from the social media giant

Delighted to announce that we have received funding thanks to the Arts Council England and UK Government - Department fo...
13/10/2020

Delighted to announce that we have received funding thanks to the
Arts Council England and UK Government - Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport #CultureRecoveryFund 🎊 This vital support will allow us to continue to provide Holocaust education and equip upstanders against hate.

A special thanks to HM Treasury & Robert Jenrick.

Two remarkable, non-Jewish upstanders against current antisemitism. Tomorrow at 8PM Dr James Smith will be in conversati...
22/09/2020

Two remarkable, non-Jewish upstanders against current antisemitism.

Tomorrow at 8PM Dr James Smith will be in conversation with broadcast journalist JohnWare.

Have you got your ticket yet? > https://bit.ly/35YiudT

18/09/2020
Thought for the Day...

"We owe it to the past and to the future to remember the Holocaust. For the sake of the future we need to remember against any 'it couldn't happen here' frame of mind that it very probably could."

A noble thought for the day via BBC Radio 4 from the Rev Dr Michael Banner.

We think this sums up our own purpose and is a great follow-on from our talk Wednesday night with Rob Thompson and Joan Salter. (Link below!)

16/09/2020
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

The National Holocaust Centre and Museum

We'll be live in conversation with Holocaust survivor Joan Salter and Rob Thompson, former Senior Programme Manager of the Council of Christians and Jews.

Wednesday 16th September, 8PM. In conversation with Holocaust Survivor Joan Salter & Rob Thompson, former Senior Program...
15/09/2020

Wednesday 16th September, 8PM. In conversation with Holocaust Survivor Joan Salter & Rob Thompson, former Senior Programme Manager of the Council of Christians and Jews.

We're back this week with a one-off live stream and, in the spirit of our upcoming 25th anniversary, we're giving away 25 tickets to next week's event: Anti-semitism 1933 – 2033: Panorama broadcaster John Ware interviews Dr James Smith CBE.

All you have to do is join us LIVE (8pm, sharp!) tomorrow evening at 8PM BST, and answer a simple question which will be set by our speaker, Joan. Good luck! 🔮

09/09/2020
Matters of Artefact - Ep 8

Join us in conversation with Victoria's son, David Vincent, and Professor Maiken Umbach as we explore the importance of this artefact and what it means for s

Will you be joining us tonight for the final instalment of our Matters of Artefact series? We will be exploring one of t...
09/09/2020

Will you be joining us tonight for the final instalment of our Matters of Artefact series? We will be exploring one of the most important items held in our collection.

Holocaust survivor Victoria Vincent knew that she needed to document what she had witnessed — regardless of the risk. In her last days at Auschwitz, Victoria documented, on a small scrap of paper, her movements prior to arriving in the camp.

Join us, Victoria's son David Vincent, and Professor Maiken Umbach as we explore the importance of this artefact and what it means for survivor and victim testimony during the Holocaust.

Comment below with any questions you have for David and Maiken ⤵️

We are delighted to announce that we're now back open 6 days a week (closed on Saturdays)This morning we welcomed back o...
07/09/2020

We are delighted to announce that we're now back open 6 days a week (closed on Saturdays)

This morning we welcomed back our first school visit, Holy Family Primary.

At present, we're following all government guidance to keep school groups safe. If you would like to discuss a school visit, please get in touch with us via [email protected] or call 01623 867650.

Join us on Wednesday 9th September at 8pm for the last in our much-loved Matters of Artefact series, where we will be ex...
04/09/2020

Join us on Wednesday 9th September at 8pm for the last in our much-loved Matters of Artefact series, where we will be exploring one of the most important items held in our collection.

Holocaust survivor Victoria Vincent endured what no one should endure. But she also knew that she needed to document what she had witnessed — regardless of the risk. In her last days at Auschwitz, Victoria, on a small scrap of paper, documented her movements prior to arriving in Auschwitz.

Join us, Victoria's son David Vincent, and Professor Maiken Umbach as we explore the importance of this artefact and what it means for survivor and victim testimony during the Holocaust.

Panorama broadcaster John Ware interviews Dr James Smith CBE. Wednesday 23rd September, 8-9pm. —————————————————————————...
04/09/2020

Panorama broadcaster John Ware interviews Dr James Smith CBE. Wednesday 23rd September, 8-9pm.

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Money. Power. Control. These antisemitic myths are infecting British public discourse in troubling ways, reminiscent of German discourse that Hitler converted into political policy in 1933.

When there are problems in society, history shows that Jewish people often get the blame. Why? And as Covid-19, the economy, extremism and climate change threaten only to inflame tensions, where is this heading?

Please join us for an interview of the man who, with his family, founded the National Holocaust Centre & Museum. Conducted by the man who found, and won, a legal battle to prove institutional anti-semitism in British party politics today.

Tickets here: https://bit.ly/35bao1j

02/09/2020
Matters of Artefact - PART 7

Margaret Finch, daughter of Holocaust survivor Ruth David (1929 ­– 2020), will join senior educator Karen Becher to explore the photos from her mother’s wonderful collection of images, generously entrusted to the Museum. Join us in remembering Ruth David.

These photos are an act of resistance. They proudly defy the Nazis’ aim to eradicate an entire people’s culture.Join us ...
01/09/2020

These photos are an act of resistance. They proudly defy the Nazis’ aim to eradicate an entire people’s culture.

Join us tomorrow for PART 7 of our Matters of Artefacts series 🔎 We will be joined by Margaret Finch, daughter of Holocaust survivor Ruth David (1929-2020), to take a look at her mother's collection of 50 beautiful photographs.

See you there?

Ruth David’s collection of 50 beautiful photographs are an act of memory. More than that, they are an act of resistance....
28/08/2020

Ruth David’s collection of 50 beautiful photographs are an act of memory.

More than that, they are an act of resistance. They proudly defy the Nazis’ aim to eradicate an entire people’s culture.

Next Wednesday Margaret Finch, daughter of Holocaust survivor Ruth David (1929 ­– 2020), will join senior educator Karen Becher to explore the photos from her mother’s wonderful collection of images, generously entrusted to the Museum. Join us!

28/08/2020
National Holocaust Centre and Museum Public Survey

Do you have a few minutes to answer some questions for us? There's a £50 voucher of your choice up for grabs! > Follow this link: https://bit.ly/31A8CEp

We're excited to be embarking on a long-term project to redevelop the Museum and the services we currently offer.

This is where you come in. In order to do this, we need to gain a clear understanding of the needs and desires of our current (and prospective users). If you're a visitor, what could we improve and equally, if you haven't visited the centre, why?

Closing date: 2nd September.

Please take a few minutes to take our survey.

Address

Acre Edge Road, Laxton
Newark
NG22 0PA

General information

Admission Charges: Adults £9.00 Concession £7.50 Family ticket £28.00 (2 adults and up to 3 children) Groups – Price on request Keep your ticket and you can return all year round free of charge. This includes attending survivor talks. If you already have a ticket and would like to reserve a place for a survivor talk, simply message us on here. Opening Times: 10.30 am – 4 pm Monday to Friday (speaker during school term time only) Closed Bank Holidays

Opening Hours

Tuesday 10:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 10:00 - 16:30
Thursday 10:00 - 16:30
Friday 10:00 - 16:30
Sunday 10:00 - 16:30

Telephone

+441623836627

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Steven Frank BEM, survivor of three Nazi camps, talks about his D-Day memories LIVE this Friday 6th June 2pm: http://holocaust.org.uk/my-d-day-story

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In Part 2 of our new livestream series #MattersOfArtefact, we pull out a battered brown suitcase from our Collection. Find out from Holocaust survivor Joan Salter MBE why for her it is was a sad Case of Mistaken Identity. Wed July 22 8pm: bit.ly/artefacts-ep2
Flower In The Stone. 2020 In memory of all who survived the holocaust and those who didnt. 🕊 Transportation into hell Unseen, unheard, unsung With no idea of misery Or horror yet to come Into the nightmare journey Arranged at any cost To feed the mouths of greed and power With millions of lives lost There were so many more like me Those skeletal blank stares Identified by yellow stars We all were forced to wear Dragged and cramped into a box With nothing to defend Travelling many days and nights We thought would never end Starving, shot and beaten To them no more than dirt All we had was dignity and prayers To soothe the hurt They pierced our skin with numbers A crude tattoo, a stain Which spelled humiliation Inflicted to contain Hollow looks from sunken eyes Retelling suffering Children wept for parents They never saw again No one on earth could console A mother's anguished tears Bloodshed and disease confirmed In deepest, darkest fears Some were taken into rooms Never to return Their voices lost in acrid smoke Relentlessly to burn Some held on to their loved ones Succumbed to breathing deep A release from their torture To give themselves to sleep We cry "How did this happen!" And still we often find Man's inhumanity to man Leaves scars upon the mind We can hold memorials Bow heads and feel the shame But this part of our history Forever will remain Now I live for each blessed day My life once more my own For I survived and I became A flower in the stone Never forget, never repeat, never understand. Hazel Houldey
Not only was she a life long firm fundraising advocate vocal supporter of ALL Service Personnel, -Rights & welfare [and other causes like Breast cancer,Childrens support charities] but she was far sighted for in 1937 - prior to declaration of war..... Dame Vera helped bring Jewish refugees to Britain . ''I thank her from the bottom of my heart – because I was one of those children.” —British comedian David Berglas spoke on her rescuing efforts.... https://jewishnews.timesofisrael.com/five-jewish-reasons-to-love-the-late-great-dame-vera-lynn/ IMHO therefore'' She was A WOMAN MORE WORTHY - ''righteous among nations''
I found the centre very inspiring
This was a very powerful event with Dr Agnes Kaposi. She documented her life story in Fascist Hungary which culminated in an incredible diversion away from Auschwitz and life in slave labour camps for the mostly female members of her family. A tough and anti-semitic return to Budapest was follwed by ten constrained years of communist People's Republic, before escape to UK in 1956. Her book is remarkable, not only for its candour and detail,but also for the histrical and political analysis provided by Dr Laszlo Csosz, which sets the context for persecution of Jews in Hungary from the end of the Austro-Hungarian empire right up to the present day. It also contains excellent maps and pictures. Do read it if you are interested in survival and how people live under oppressive, and other, regimes. It was a privilege to listen to Agnes Kaposi (and her two granddaughters) and I salute her courage and integrity. Jonathan Smith
Really excited to get this book from my husband and can’t wait to read it. I watched The Windermere Children recently and it was heartening to see how the experience changed the lives of Arek and his friends. I have visited The National Holocaust Centre twice already and once it reopens, I am going to come and hear Arek speak and ask him to sign my book. Keep up the good work everyone! 😊
I hope it's okay to share a poem. I wrote it aged 18 after visiting Birkenau. My great grandparents died there. This won the Stratford-Upon-Avon Poetry Festival Competition quite a few years ago. Birkenau Such stillness So silent But there- the train track etches its way towards distant tree-dark ribs, a black toothed zip tugging together the seams of this grassy burial ground as they bulge under the strain of a million souls. Yet the voices of the dead beat soundlessly For even when I close my eyes, follow into a world of retching screams torn from the roots I cannot connect My brain remains numb, as if the years are paralysed and I am snared between rust clogged barbs past and future. Three tall white candles flicker on, Memories rolling down their smooth oblivious bodies. They burn holes in my heart.
WE SHOULD NEVER FORGET ... teach & educate not only to us but the 🌍 R.I.P to all those who loss there lives 🙏⚘
Me and my hubby visiting Prague at the minute.... Went to see the statue of Sir Nicholas Winton & also a very emotional place, the memorial to the Czech soldiers killed in the crypt beneath the church, following the assassination of Reinhard Heidrich 💔😢 a must see for anyone visiting this beautiful city ###
Just been for a visit. Important to have been and will return soon to complete and learn more.
Join us for an evening with Rodney Cousin as he speaks about his experience of living in Germany in a town that voted en masse for the Nazi Party. Rodney Cousin lived for 35 years in Lemgo as a teacher and got to know people who had been members of the Nazi Party. He shares his personal reminiscences on their views on Jews, Israel and their children’s views. Booking is essential so don’t miss out on this insightful evening. Living Amongst Nazis Tuesday 17 September 2019 From 7pm Tickets £15 Includes tea, coffee and biscuits Please book here: https://ljwb.co.uk/rodney-cousin/
Were the nurses that worked at lebensborn charged for their crimes?